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USER MANUAL
OCS4-10 / OSD4-1999 / OSA4-10
Comfort System4
TM
English
Contents
Introduction.........................................................1
Central Controller - Menu overview.......2
First time settings
Setup of the Comfort System4™.............................3
Setup Central Controller.........................................3
Connecting thermostats.........................................3
Assign time schedules............................................3
Adjust time schedules............................................3
CENTRAL CONTROLLER for CS4TM
General operation......................................................3
Select room............................................................3
Back........................................................................4
Exit..........................................................................4
Operation mode
Holiday mode ........................................................4
Comfort mode .......................................................4
Frost mode..............................................................4
Manual mode..........................................................4
Central Controller - Menu
4-event settings: Time schedules............................4
Factory settings for the time schedules..................4
Preset time schedule..............................................4
Programming of time schedules.............................4
User setting................................................................5
Time and date ........................................................5
Child lock ...............................................................5
Display settings .....................................................5
Energy monitor ......................................................5
Engineer settings.......................................................5
Offset temperature..................................................6
Adaptive function....................................................6
Application..............................................................6
Temperature scale..................................................6
Frost temperature...................................................6
Backlight.................................................................6
Sensor selection.....................................................6
Language................................................................6
Factory reset...........................................................6
Information..............................................................6
System settings.........................................................6
Add unit..................................................................6
Remove unit............................................................6
Switch unit..............................................................6
Alarm relay..............................................................7
Readout......................................................................7
Energy monitor.......................................................7
Room status...........................................................7
CENTRAL CONTROLLER, GENERAL
Error messages.........................................................7
Control signal input...................................................7
Setback...................................................................7
Frost protection......................................................7
Off...........................................................................7
THERMOSTAT FOR CS4TM
General operation......................................................7
Wireless signal strength...........................................7
Daily use of thermostat.............................................8
4-event temperature setting (Auto).........................8
Local-Manual temperature setting.........................8
Child Lock..................................................................8
Min. limit temperature.............................................8
Measured floor temperature...................................8
Measured room temperature..................................8
Application.............................................................8
Adjust.....................................................................9
Backlight.................................................................9
Address readout.....................................................9
Repeater function...................................................9
Software version.....................................................9
thermostat, troubleshooting
Factory reset..............................................................9
Status messages.......................................................9
Error messages.........................................................9
Error codes, overview.............................................9
RELAY MODULE FOR CS4TM
General operation....................................................10
Application...............................................................10
Night setback.......................................................10
Frost protection....................................................10
Thermostat with external sensor..........................10
Error messages, LED readouts..............................10
Factory reset............................................................10
How to plan your system
Zone-list, names for time schedule.......................10
Table for time schedules.........................................11
thermostat, Setup menu
Menu overview...........................................................8
Parameters in the setup menu.................................8
Max. temperature...................................................8
Min. temperature....................................................8
Max. limit temperature............................................8
Introduction
Comfort System4™ is a complete control system for multi-room,
electric heating systems consisting of up to 32 rooms. The system consists of a Central Controller with Thermostats and Relay
modules. The wireless Central Controller and Thermostat with room
and/or floor sensor ensures maximum comfort and minimum energy
costs.
The Central Controller, MCS4/OCS4-10 is the main thermostat,
which controls and monitors all the thermostats and relay modules
in the different rooms. All thermostats and relay modules in the
Comfort System4™ are programmed from the central controller.
Animated menu navigation ensures easy setup, monitoring of energy
consumption and selection of comfort mode or holiday mode.
The Central Controller has 5 pre-programmed time schedules. For
each day of the week, individual temperatures can be set for 4
different periods, called events, all of which can be adjusted to suit
your needs. Lowering the temperature when the home is unoccupied reduces energy costs without reducing comfort.
Furthermore, the Central Controller features an adaptive function
that automatically adjusts heating period start times to ensure that
the required temperature is reached at the required time. After 3
days the adaptive function has learned when the heating must be
switched on.
The thermostat, MSD4/OSD4-1999 is controlled by the central
controller of the CS4™. Basic functions can easily be performed
locally on the thermostat. Other functions such as 4-event timeprogram settings can be performed from the Central Controller
The relay module, MSA4/OSA4-10 controlling electric heating
panels, etc., featuring night setback, frost protection and floor sensing thermostat mode. The relay module is controlled by the central
controller of the CS4™.
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Comfort System4 TM first time settings
Setup of the Comfort System4™
CENTRAL CONTROLLER - MENU OVERVIEW
16:31
Tue
00: Hall
21.0°C
List
Menu
Mode
Menu
List
4-event settings
Mode
Exit
Holiday
User settings
Engineer settings
System settings
Readout
Time and date
Offset temp *
Add unit
Energy monitor
Comfort
Child lock
Adaptive function *
Remove unit
Room status
Frost
Display settings
Application *
Switch unit
Back
Manual
Energy monitor
Temp scale *
Alarm relay
Exit
Back
Back
Frost temp.
Back
Exit
Backlight
Exit
Sensor
Follow these simple steps to make the system ready for use.
1. Setup Central Controller.
2. Connect thermostats.
Connect all thermostats and relay modules in the heating system, to the Central Controller.
3. Assign time schedules to the thermostats.
It is a good idea to divide the thermostats/relay modules into
groups with the same time schedule. See ”How to plan your
system” in the back of this manual.
4. Adjust time schedules.
The time schedules can be programmed with week schedules,
times and temperatures to suit the specific needs of the different groups/rooms.
Setup Central Controller
The first time you switch the power interrupter to ON “I”, basic settings must be set. The menu will automatically guide you through
the process.
1. Set “language”, “time” and “date” with the up and down buttons and confirm with OK.
2. “Please select schedule for this thermostat”
Name the time shedule with a specific name from the list called
“Zone” and confirm with OK.
Tip. Note it down in the table in the back of this manual.
3. “Please activate thermostats for connection”
You can now connect the thermostats/relay modules in the system to the Central Controller. Confirm with OK.
Connecting thermostats and relay modules (units)
Language
Factory reset
Information
Back
Exit
* this option is Not available if the time schedule of the central controller is in regulator mode
When you connect a thermostat or a relay module to the Central
Controller it is a good idea to make a plan over your system. Go to
”How to plan your system” in the back of this manual, and fill
out the tables. Write down what room the thermostat/relay module
is located in and what address was assigned.
1. “Connecting” flashes on the Central Controller.
The units can now be turned on one-by-one.
2. Switch on the power to the unit. The unit will start connecting to
the Central Controller.
“Con” flashes on the thermostat or the “Green
LED” flashes quickly on the relay module.
3. “Adr/01” flashes on the thermostat when the
connection is ok. Press a button to confirm.
“Green LED” is constantly ON on the relay
module when the connection is ok. If the
relay module is not connecting (“Green LED”
flashes slowly), then switch the relay module
off and back on again to restart the connection
procedure.
“01: Connected” is displayed in the list on the
Central Controller when the unit is connected, and “Connecting”
flashes to indicate that the Central Controller is ready to connect
to the next unit.
4. Go to the next unit to be connected, and switch on the power.
Repeat the procedure until all units in the system are connected.
5. The Central Controller will now display a list of all units connected
to the system. Use “arrow up/down” to go through the list. “00:
Schedule-Name” / “01: Connected” / “02: Connected” etc. The
connected units now need to have a time schedule assigned.
Tip. Do not exit this menu, continue to assign time schedules.
Assign time schedules to the units
After all the units are connected to the Central Controller, they
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need to have a time schedule assigned. Up to 5 different time
schedules can be programmed in the system.
It is a good idea to divide the units into groups with the same time
schedule. You need to name the time schedules from the list (zone
names). Remember you can only have 5 time schedules, but you
can have many thermostats using the same one.
Tip. Use the table at the back of the manual to help you get an
overview of the units in the groups (e.g. 01-Bedrooms, 02-Kitchen,
03-living area, 04-bathroom, and 05-Utility).
6. Select the thermostat or relay module to change (”01:connected”) use “arrow up/down” and confirm with OK.
7. Select a name for the time schedule and confirm with OK. You
can only have 5 names/zones.
The unit has now been assigned a time schedule. (e.g. ”01:
Bedrooms”).
Tip. Note it down in the table at the back.
8. Continue until all units have been assigned a time schedule.
confirm with “Exit” to go to the main menu.
If a unit has been assigned the wrong time schedule, it can be
changed in the “Switch unit” menu (Menu/System settings/
switch unit).
Comfort System4 TM is now ready for use and will control your
heating system in accordance with the pre-programmed time
schedule.
Note. The 5 time schedules are set at the factory to the same
4-event settings.
Adjust time schedules
You can now adjust the settings in the 5 time schedules to suit the
specific needs of the different groups/rooms.
Go to the section: ”Programming of time schedules”.
Tip! Write down how you want to program the time schedules
before to suit your specific needs, and then program them after.
Use the tables in the back.
CENTRAL CONTROLLER for CS4tm
Power interrupter
Navigation buttons
General operation
The interrupter button allows you to turn the controller on “I” and off
“0” by sliding the button up and down. When the Central Controller
is switched off “0”, the relay disengages. All settings, including time
and date, will be remembered.
The Central Controller is intuitively operated using the navigation
buttons.
The function of each button is indicated above the button on the
display.
Select room
The initial display allows you to select the room for which you want
the actual set temperature and event mode to be displayed.
Press ”List” and use the left and right arrow to select the desired
room.
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Comfort System4 TM Back
Various menus and submenus contain a Back option. Use Back to return to the previous step.
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you can select the settings for different events during the day.
Back
Factory settings for the time schedules
The Central Controller features different types of temperature control.
Press “Mode” to change the operation mode.
You can always quit the current operating mode and return to the
time schedule in progress by pressing “Auto”.
All the time schedules are ready to use with factory pre-programmed settings for easy and economic heating control.
Week schedule:
Factory set to “5:2” - Monday to Friday (Day 1-5) with 4 events
and Saturday to Sunday (Day 6-7) with 2 events.
Mode:
Factory set to “Temperature control”.
Time and temperature:
Factory set according to the event-schedule below.
Holiday mode
Preset time schedule
Exit
Exit
Returns to the initial display.
Operation mode
Select Holiday if you want to lower the temHoliday
perature in all rooms for a specific period to
save energy, e.g. if the house is uninhabited
 OK 
for a period of time.
• Select “Holiday”, set the start date and
time, the stop date and time, and required temperature for the
holiday. Confirm with OK.
The comfort system is now in Holiday mode and a suitcase is displayed. When the period has expired, the system will automatically
return to the time schedule in progress.
elect Comfort to set a temporary comfort
S
Comfort
temperature (so-called party mode) for a
single room or all rooms.
 OK 
The comfort temperature becomes the
highest temperature for the 4-event time schedule for the day
concerned.
•Press “Comfort”, select a single room or “All rooms” and set the
hours for comfort mode (1-8 hours). Confirm with OK.
When the period has expired, the system will automatically return to
the time scheduled in progress.
Frost mode
Select Frost to maintain a minimum temperaFrost
ture for frost protection in all rooms.
•Press Frost, confirm with OK and the frost
 OK 
symbol will be displayed.
The system will continue to operate in Frost mode until you return it
to the time schedule in progress by pressing “Auto”.
Manual mode
Select Manual to override the time schedule
Manual
by setting a required temperature manually.
•Press Manual, select room and set re OK 
quired temperature. Confirm with OK.
The thermostat will continue to operate in Manual until you return it
to the time schedule in progress by pressing “Auto”.
CENTRAL CONTROLLER MENU
The Central Controller has several setup menus.
4-event settings
User settings
Engineer settings
System settings
Readout
4-event settings: Time schedules
The Comfort System is automatically controlled in accordance with
the time schedule of your choice. For each of the 5 time schedules,
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Event
Time
With
floor-sensor
With
room-sensor
Morning
06:00-10:00
28 °C
21 °C
Daytime
10:00-16:00
20 °C
15 °C
Evening
16:00-22:00
28 °C
21 °C
Night
22:00-06:00
20 °C
15 °C
Days 6-7 with 2-Event
Comfort mode
•
•
•
•
•
Days 1-5 with 4-Event
Event
Time
With
floor-sensor
With
room-sensor
Morning
06:00-22:00
28 °C
21 °C
Night
22:00-10:00
20 °C
15 °C
Comfort System4 TM English
Press “Mode” (Menu/4-event settings/mode), select “Temp” or
“Regulator” and confirm with OK.
Temperature:
Choose “Temp” to set the time schedule for temperature control
(this is the factory setting).
The thermostats/relay modules, connected to this time schedule,
will now control the heating from the temperature.
Regulator:
Choose “Regulator” to set the time schedule to work as a
regulator. The thermostats connected to this time schedule now
function as a simple regulator and no sensors are used. The setting is a percentage.
NOTE! The thermostats must also be set to regulator mode in
their own menu. Go to the menu (SCA  Hi) and set the application to regulator (App  C).
If the thermostat is in a different mode than the time schedule,
then “E8” will be displayed in the central controller and the thermostat will switch to manual mode.
4. Set time and temperature.
Depending on which week schedule has been chosen, the days
of the week are now displayed in the time schedule. You can now
set the required time and temperature for every event during the
available days.
- Choose the days you want to change (e.g. Tid
“Mon-Fri”). Confirm with OK.
Min
Maks
- Choose the event you want to change
(Morning, daytime, evening or night).
06:00 07:00 08:00
 OK 
Confirm with OK.
- Set the start time for the event
Temp
concerned. Confirm with OK.
Maks
Min
- Set the temperatures for this event, first
the room temperature and then the floor
5.0°C 25°C 40.0°C
 OK 
temperature, and confirm with OK.
Programming of time schedules
You can now adjust the settings in the 5 time
4-event settings
schedules to suit the specific needs of the
different groups/rooms.
 OK 
Tip! fill in the tables for the time schedules in
the back before you start the programming.
1. Choose the time schedule
Press Menu/4-event settings/OK.
Press “the name of the zone” and select the time schedule (1-5)
to be changed.
2. Choose the week schedule
For every time schedule, the 4-event settings follow a specific
week schedule. Here, you can choose the type of week schedule
required for the group/rooms in the time schedule.
Press Menu/4-event settings/Schedule.
Press “Schedule”, select the required week schedule 5:2, 6:1 or
7:0 and confirm with OK.
“5:2”:
Monday to Friday with 4 events and Saturday to Sunday with 2
events (this is the factory setting). Typically used if you work from
Monday to Friday.
“6:1”:
Monday to Saturday with 4 events and Sunday with 2 events.
Typically used if you work from Monday to Saturday.
“7:0”:
Monday to Sunday with 4 individual events. Allows you to choose
individual schedules for each of the seven days of week.
3. Choose mode (regulator or temperature)
Allows you to change the type of heating control to be used by
the thermostats in this time schedule. Note! The time schedule
of the relay modules have to be in Temperature mode.
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Now you can program the other time schedules. Select “Back” to
go to the list of time schedules, or “Exit” to return to the main
screen.
User setting

OK

Time and date
Press OK and set the actual time and date.
Confirm with OK.
Enable or disable “Daylight saving time”
(DST) and confirm with OK.
Display settings
Choose display setting to be shown on the
Main screen.
Temps:
Choose ether “Set temp”, “Room” or “Floor”.
Set temp: Shows the current temperature setting
Room: Shows the actual room temperature
Floor: Shows the actual floor temperature
Display settings

OK

Scr. saver (ON/OFF)
Switches off the display after 60 seconds if no button is pressed.
Any subsequent press of a button reactivates the display. The controller remains active and runs the selected program.
Idle screen When Exit is pressed or there has been no activity for 30 seconds,
the central controller reverts to the main screen. There are three different modes.
Single:
Single mode is the standard main screen (Factory setting).
Auto:
Standard main screen with automatic switching between the current
status of all connected room thermostats.
Simple:
Simple mode for easy mode shifting. The controller will show the
main screen in one of the three modes: Holiday, Comfort or Frost.
To enter the menu, select Back and press OK.
Press the OK button to select or deselect the display options. Then
select Exit in the menu to return to the main screen and view your
chosen settings.
Energy monitor
User setting
In the user settings menu you can change
the following:
• Time and date
• Child lock
• Display settings
• Energy monitor
Confirm your choice with OK. The lock symbol will be shown on the
display.
On the central controller the child lock can be unlocked by simultaneously pressing both the left and right buttons for 8 seconds.
Time and date

OK

Child lock
Allows you to lock the settings, e.g. in public
Child lock
or other places where you do not want the
settings changed. There are four alternative
 OK 
child lock settings:
Central: Locks only the central controller.
Normal:Locks all units, including the controller. Individual thermostats can be unlocked locally.
Full: Locks all units, including the controller. Individual thermostats can only be unlocked from the controller.
Off:
Disables the child lock settings.
To view the true cost of the energy conEnergy monitor
sumed, select the actual currency and cost
per unit.
 OK 
Currency:
Press OK and choose the required currency. Confirm with OK.
Cost/unit:
Press OK and set the actual cost of electricity. The cost must be
entered per kWh. Press OK.
To display actual energy consumption and to specify the load for
each thermostat, see Readout.
Engineer settings
The Engineer settings menu contains the
following options:
•Offset temperature *
•Adaptive function *
•Application *
•Temperature scale *
• Frost temperature
• Backlight
• Sensor
•Language
•Factory reset
•Information
Engineer settings

OK

* Not available if the time schedule of the Central Controller is in regulator mode
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Offset temperature
Sensor selection
If the actual temperature (measured using
Offset temp.
a thermometer) does not correspond to the
thermostat value shown on the controller, the
 OK 
thermostat can be adjusted by offsetting the
temperature.
Press OK and enter the measured temperature value. Confirm with
OK.
If you are using a sensor with different resistSensor
ance characteristics than the one supplied
with the thermostat, then you need to define
 OK 
the resistance values in this menu.
1. Select the sensor, from the preprogrammed list: Sensor 2
kΩ, sensor 10 kΩ, sensor 15 kΩ, sensor 33 kΩ or factory
sensor (12 kΩ).
2. Confirm or change the resistance values at 15°C, 20°C, 25°C
and 30°C for the sensor in use. Confirm with OK. The new
sensor values are now stored in the controller.
3. Select Information to see the resistance characteristic of the
selected sensor.
Note: If an incorrect sensor is selected, there is a risk that the thermostat will not be able to maintain the required temperatures, and
damage to the floor construction or covering may therefore occur.
Adaptive function
Ensures that the required temperature has
Adaptive function
already been reached when you get up in the
morning or come home from work. After just
 OK 
a few days, the adaptive function will have
automatically calculated when the heating
must be turned on. The adaptive function applies for all units connected to the system. Press OK and set the function.
Press OK and set the function to On. Confirm with OK.
Application
Set the type of control to be used by the
Application
Central Controller.
Floor:Controls floor temperature
 OK 
only. A floor sensor must be
connected.
Room:
Controls room temperature only.
Room/limit:Controls room temperature with min. and max. limits
for floor temperature. A floor sensor must be connected.
Press OK and select the required application. Confirm with OK.
Language
Allows the language used on the display to
be changed.
Press OK and select the required language.
Confirm with OK.
Language

OK

Factory reset
Allows factory settings to be restored.
Factory reset
Your personal settings will be lost, and the
connection to all the units will be interrupted.
 OK 
Press OK and choose Reset in the menu.
Confirm with OK. The Central Controller is now reset.
Go to “First time settings” to restart the system and reconnect the
units.
Temperature scale
Allows you to set the temperature range with­
Temp scale
in which the Central Controller can be set.
It is then only possible to set a temperature
 OK 
within this range in auto, comfort and manual
mode.
Press OK to highlight Min temperature. Use the Up or Down button
to select the minimum permissible temperature. Press OK and then
select the maximum permissible temperature. Confirm the settings
with OK.
Frost temperature
The required temperature in frost protection
Frosttemp.
mode. Both room and floor temperature can
be set.
 OK 
Press OK and set the required room temperature using the Up or Down button. Press OK and set the required
floor temperature. Confirm the settings by pressing OK.
Backlight
There are three settings for the display
Backlight
backlighting:
•Auto: Backlighting is activated whenever a
 OK 
key is pressed and goes out automatically
30 seconds after the last key is pressed.
•On heat: Backlighting comes on when heating is called for by the
thermostat.
•Const on: Backlighting is constantly on.
Select the required backlighting setting and confirm with OK.
Information
Here you can find the information for the
thermostat, e.g. the software version.
Information

OK

System settings
The System settings menu contains the
following options:
•Add unit
•Remove unit
•Switch unit
•Alarm relay
System settings

OK

To add a new thermostat or relay module
Add unit
to the comfort system, select Add unit and
press OK. The controller now enters "listening
 OK 
mode".
For details on connecting the thermostats/relay modules, see Connect thermostats under First time settings.
Remove unit
Remove unit

OK

Switch unit
If a thermostat or relay module has been
assigned the wrong time schedule, it can
be changed here.
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Select the unit concerned and press OK. Now select the
required time schedule.
Confirm with OK.
Alarm relay
The Central Controller can be used as an
Alarm relay
alarm relay for external signals from the
output terminals. The alarm relay can be set
 OK 
as follows:
Sensor: The alarm relay is activated by sensor faults on
one or more of the connected thermostats.
Overheat: The alarm relay is activated by sensor faults or
overheating of units.
Communication: The alarm relay is activated by sensor faults, overheating of units or wireless communication faults.
Off: The alarm relay function is switched off, and the
output terminals are used to control an underfloor
heating cable.
Readout
The Central Controller features readouts of
energy consumption and status for each connected room.
•Energy monitor
•Room status
OK
Control signal input
The Central Controller is equipped with a control signal input, the
terminal for which is marked “S”. By means of an external signal,
the thermostat can be controlled in three different modes. See
wiringdiagram in the Instruction.
Setback:
In setback mode, the thermostat controls the temperature according to the lowest programmed setting in the 4-event schedule for
floor and room temperature respectively.
Frost protection:
Readout

E0:Internal failure. The thermostat is defective. Replace unit.
E1: Internal sensor defective or short-circuited.
E2: External sensor defective or short-circuited.
E5: Internal overheating. Inspect the installation.
E6: Communication error. No connection to the thermostat or relay
module.
E8: Wrong application. The thermostat is not in the same application as the time schedule from the central controller. Change the
application in ether the thermostat (APp) or in the time schedule of
the central controller.

In frost protection mode, the thermostat controls room temperature
according to the value set under: Engineer settings/Frost temperature.
Off:
Switches the thermostat to Off.
Energy monitor
Displays energy consumption for the past 2,
Energy monitor
30 or 365 days.
Press OK and select the room you want to
 OK 
view. Press OK for the chosen period. The
value in percent (%) shows the relative amount of time the heating
has been on. The following figure is the cost for the selected period.
To ensure correct calculation, check the settings for Load.
Load: Press OK and enter the connected heating power.
The value must be in watt (W). Press OK.
Leave the menu by pressing Exit.
THERMOSTAT for CS4tm
The thermostat is controlled by the central controller of the CS4™.
Basic functions such as manual temperature setting and thermostasetup can easily be performed locally on the thermostat.
Local setting is displayed with the symbol
in the thermostat.
Other functions such as 4-event timeprogram settings, energy readouts, etc. can be performed from the Central Controller
Operation mode
from CS4
Active Event
form CS4
Temperature
set point
Room status
Add unit
To remove a thermostat or relay module from
the Comfort System, press OK. Select the unit
you want to remove and press OK. Confirm
with OK.
Comfort System4 TM Switch unit

OK
Displays the actual status for each room.
Room status
Press OK for the chosen room.
Signal:Signal strength is
 OK 
displayed in the top
right-hand corner, with up to 4 bars at full
strength.
Room: The actual room temperature in degrees.
Floor:
The actual floor temperature in degrees
(if floor or limit control is selected).
Application:
The application for the actual thermostat.
Operating hours:The number of hours the unit has been switched
on.
ID button:Press ID button to identify the selected Thermostat/relay module. The selected unit will be
identified by its ID number in the upper left of the
display in one of the following ways:
Thermostat:
Display flashes the ID number.
Relay module:
LED flashes as many times as the ID number.
The process lasts approx. 10 seconds before the unit returns to
normal mode.
CENTRAL CONTROLLER, GENERAL
Error messages
If a fault or error occurs, the Central Controller will display an error
code as follows:
Aerial signal
to CS4
ON/OFF
switch
Heating ON
Left button
Decrease temperature
Centre button
Programming
Right button
Increase temperature
General operation
The interrupter button allows you to turn the thermostat on “I” and
off “0” by sliding the button up and down. When the thermostat is
switched off “0”, the relay disengages. All settings will, however, be
remembered.
The thermostat is intuitively operated using the navigation buttons.
Wireless signal strength
The aerial strenght to the Central Controller is displayed in 1 to
4 bars. 4=Full signal, 1=very low signal.
If no aerial bars are shown, there is no connection to the
central controller.
If the thermostat is installed far from the controller or there are
signal absorbing materials in the building, it may be necessary to
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use a nearby thermostat with a strong signal and connect it as a
repeater, see Repeater function (rEp  ON).
Daily use of the thermostat
The thermostat has a temperature setting range from 0 to +40°C.
You can define your own limits in the menu “SCA ð High/Low” and
“Limit ð High/Low”.
4-event temperature setting (Auto)
The thermostat will start up using the preset temperature according to
the 4-event time schedule from the Central Controller.
Change temperature in the central controller.
You can set the time, temperature, week schedule and control mode
for in the 4-event time schedules availible in the central controller.
Parameters in the setup menu
The menu allows you to view or change the thermostat settings.
1. Press and hold the centre button for 3 seconds to activate the
menu. SCA will be displayed for 1 second, followed by Hi and
finally 40 will appear on the display.
2. Press the centre button to go to the next parameter.
3. Press the left or right button to change the setting.
If no buttons are pressed for 30 seconds, the program returns to the
main screen.
Comfort System4 TM ”Regulator” mode in combination with ”Night setback”
The input for night setback can be set to increase or decrease the
temperature. The thermostat can also decrease the heating period
in % when set to regulator mode.
The setpoint multiplied by the night setback gives the heating
period when night setback is activated.
The highest temperature to which the thermostat can be adjusted.
Min. temperature
The lowest temperature to which the thermostat can be adjusted.
Aerial signal without bars.
No connection to the central controller. The
thermostat will switch to ”Local-Manual” mode.
•Check if the central controller is ON, and the
unit has not been removed.
•Try to reconnect, or use the repeater from
another thermostat.
100%
Night setback = 30%
Heating period = 0,60 x 0,30 = 0,18 = 18%
Heat
18 %
PWM period
Factory setting 20 min.
0%
100%
Max. limit temperature
Local-Manual allows you to override the 4-event time schedule for
the actual event.
Set temperature locally.
You change the temperature locally on the thermostat, using the left
or right button. The thermostat will then go in “Local-Manual”.
• Press the right button to increase the temperature.
• Press the left button to decrease the temperature.
• The temperature flashes for five seconds and then the new setpoint will be shown on the display continuously.
The thermostat will now regulate the heating using this setpoint until
the next programmed event in the time schedule starts.
Three waves
will be displayed when the heating is on.
You can always cancel local-manual operation, by pressing the
middle button. The thermostat will automatically start on the active
4-event time schedule from the central controller.
If a limit/floor sensor is connected to the thermostat, the highest
floor temperature allowed for wooden or other floor types can be set
here.
Note. Only available if APp  AF is selected under Application
Adjust
Min. limit temperature
Backlight
If a limit/floor sensor is connected to the thermostat, the lowest floor
temperature allowed for tiled or other floor types can be set here.
Note. Only available if APp  AF is selected under Application
The display is lit by backlighting whenever a button is pressed. After 30 seconds the light goes out unless a button is again pressed.
This menu option allows constant low lighting to be chosen by
selecting LHt On.
Allows thermostats in public and other places to be locked, thus
preventing unauthorised alteration of the settings. Press and hold
the left and right buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds. A “lock”
symbol indicates that the thermostat is locked.
The child lock can be released by pressing the left and right buttons
simultaneously for 10 seconds.
Parameter
Shown on display
Factory setting
Max. temperature
SCA Hi 40
40°C
(0-40°C)
Min. temperature
SCA Lo0
0°C
(0-40°C)
Max. limit temperature
FLOOR
Li
Hi 28
28°C
(0-40°C + OFF)
Min. limit temperature FLOOR
Li
Lo15
15°C
(0-40°C + OFF)
Measured floor temperature
FLo  24.5 (exampel)
Measured room temperature
ro
Application
APp  F (Floor sensor)
 A (Room sensor)
 AF (Room sensor with
floor limit)
 C Regulator %
Adj
Backlight
LHt OFF
Address readout
Adr  01 - 31
Repeater function
rEp
OFF
Software version
SU
1.1x
8
 24.5 (exampel)
Manual mode
The thermostat is in manual mode.
Frost protection
The thermostat is in frost protection mode.
Address readout
Measured room temperature
Repeater function
Readout of actual room temperature.
Note. With no or disconnected sensor, ”- -” is shown on the display.
Application
If a thermostat or relay module has insufficient or no signal, a second thermostat with strong signal can be configured to repeat the
signal. Set the repeater function on the second thermostat to ON
and connect the thermostat, see FIRST TIME SETTINGS.
Depending on which sensor you have for the thermostat, you can
select the following temperature control applications.
Software version
Holiday mode
The thermostat is in holiday mode.
Displays the thermostat address.
Comfort mode / Auto
Comfort mode: The clock flashes.
Auto: The clock appears and the thermostat follow the active 4-event time schedule.
Child lock
The thermostat is locked in child lock. Press left
and right buttons for 10 secunds to unlock.
Displays the thermostat software version.
APp F
APp A
APp AF
APp C
sensor for:
Floor
Room
Room/floor limit
Regulator
Floor
x
Room (built-in)
Room (built-in) and Floor
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Floor (F):
The thermostat controls floor temperature only.
Note. Only available if an floor sensor is connected.
Room (A):
The thermostat controls room temperature only.
Local setting
Settings has been performed locally.
THERMOSTAT, troubleshooting
Factory reset
Allows factory settings to be restored. Your personal settings will be
lost for this thermostat, and the connection to the central controller
will be interupted.
1. Press and hold the middle button until the display stops flashing
and the manual symbol is shown (after 10 seconds).The factory
settings are now restored and the thermostat is in manual mode.
2. Turn the thermostat OFF and back ON to reconnect to the Central
Controller.
Status messages
Heating ON
The relay for the heating is ON.
Error messages
Error codes, overview
If a fault occurs, the thermostat will display one of the following error
codes.
Display
Explanation of messages and symbols shown on the display.
 21.5 (exampel)
Adjust
If the actual temperature (measured using a thermometer) does
not correspond to the thermostat value, the thermostat can be
adjusted by offsetting the temperature.
Readout of actual floor temperature (if a floor sensor is connected).
Note. With no or disconnected sensor, ”- -” is shown on the display.
THERMOSTAT, SETUP MENU
Menu overview
Note. The structure of the menu will vary depending on the setup.
4-events
The active event from the central controller is
displayed.
• Morning
• Daytime
• Evening
• Night
Measured floor temperature
Thermostat with
F : Floor
Actual temperatur
(+/- 10°C)
OFF
(OFF/ON)
OFF
(OFF/ON)
Room/limit (AF):
The thermostat controls room temperature with min. and max. limits
for floor temperature.
Note. Only available if an floor sensor is connected.
Regulator (C):
The thermostat functions as a simple regulator. The floor and room
sensors are not used. Heating is controlled on a scale of 0-10, corresponding to 0-100% of full power. (Factory setting: 50%).
Note. The time schedule in the central controller must also be set in
regulator mode.
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Adr
01
Description / Troubleshooting
Aerial signal with bars.
Connection to central controller OK.
• The bars show the signal strength.
Full signal = 4 bars.
Very low signal = 1 bar.
PWM period
Factory setting 20 min.
Heating on 60 %
Local-Manual temperature setting
Child lock
Display
Setpoint in Regulator mode = 60%
0%
Max. temperature
English
E0
Description / Troubleshooting
Connecting to the central controller.
Flashes: The thermostat attempts to connect to
the central controller.
Address assigned.
Flashes: The central controller and the thermostat will display the assigned address, e.g.
“Adr/01”.
• Press OK to confirm, otherwise it will flash for
2 minutes.
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Description / Troubleshooting
Internal fault - Thermostat.
The thermostat is defective.
• Replace the thermostat.
Built-in room sensor defective.
The built-in room sensor is not working, the
thermostat will turn the heating system off.
• Replace the thermostat
• You can also continue, without the defective
sensor, using another application. See overview under “Parameters in the setup menu”.
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Description / Troubleshooting
External wired floor sensor defective.
The external floor sensor is not working, the
thermostat will turn the heating system off.
• Replace the floor sensor and/or the cable
• You can also continue, without the defective
sensor, using another application. See overview under “Parameters in the setup menu”.
E2
Internal overheating - Thermostat.
The thermostat is not working, and the heating
system is off.
• Check that heating cables are not overloaded.
• Check that ambient temperature is not excessive.
•When internal temperature drops, the thermostat automatically reactivates.
E5
Wrong application - CS4.
The thermostat is not in the same application as
the time schedule from the central controller.
• Change application in the menu (APp). See
overview under “Parameters in the setup
menu”.
E8
Relay module for CS4tm
Relay module for controlling electric heating panels, etc., featuring
night setback, frost protection and floor sensing thermostat mode.
Only for use in combination with the MCS4-10 Central Controller
for wireless communication.
Power
interrupter
Thermostat with external sensor:
The relay module controls the temperature according to the selected
4-event time schedule in the central controller (connect a floor sensor to terminals 5 and 6).
Error massages, LED readouts
The relay module has a green and a red LED to indicate actual
status.
Green ON:
Green flashes
quickly:
Green flashes
slowly:
Red ON:
Red flashes
quickly:
ower ON, Relay module OK.
P
Connection sequence in progress
No connection to Central Controller
Comfort System4 TM Table for time schedules
Group the thermostats in your house together into different time
schedules.
See example below.
Living Areas
Name
Week Schedule
Allows factory settings to be restored and cancels the connection to the Central Controller.
1. Remove the cover by inserting a small
screwdriver into the hole on one side of
the thermostat.
2. Now hold the screwdriver on the contact
points under the LEDs.
Hold it until both LEDs flash three times.
The relay module has now been reset.
3. Mount the cover and turn the power off
and on again. The relay module will now connect to the Central
Controller.
Temp. Floor (°C)
(time)
*Regulator (%)
06:00
08:00
16:00
23:00
Morning
Daytime
Evening
Night
Days with 2-Event
Start
Temp. Floor (°C)
*Regulator (%)
08:00
23:00
Morning
Green LED
Red LED
General operation
The interrupter button allows you to turn the Relay module on “I”
and off “0” by sliding the button up and down. When the Relay module is switched off “0”, the relay disengages. The wireless settings
will be remembered.
The two LED on the front indicate actual status.
Application
The relay module can be used for three different control types:
Night setback, Frost protection or with an external floor sensor.
The type is determined by the way in which the relay module is
wired and configuration occurs automatically.
Night Setback:
The relay module lowers the temperature according to the selected
time schedule (Connect the heating panel to terminal 4).
Frost protection:
The relay module enters frost protection mode if chosen on the Central controller (Short-circuit terminals 5 and 6 then the relay module
uses the built-in room sensor)
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All the units connected to the Central Controller, need to have a
time schedule assigned.
1. Name the time schedules in your system. Choose up to 5
names from the zone-list below.
You can have many thermostats using the same time schedule/name.
2. Fill out the tables for the time schedules, this gives you a
good overview of your system.
3. Program the time schedules in the Central Controller.
Go to ”Programming of time schedules” (Menu/4-event
settings/OK).
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20
25
20
(time)
Time and temperature
*In regulator mode you only have one setting pr. event (in %)
Temp. Room (°C)
21
15
21
15
21
15
Start
Temp. Floor (°C)
(time)
*Regulator (%)
Days with 2-Event
Night
Rooms / Thermostats
ID and description
Temp or regulator
5:2, 6:1 or 7:0
Week Schedule
Time and temperature
Time and temperature
*In regulator mode you only have one setting pr. event (in %)
Start
Temp. Floor (°C)
(time)
*Regulator (%)
Temp or regulator
5:2, 6:1 or 7:0
Mode
*In regulator mode you only have one setting pr. event (in %)
Temp. Room (°C)
Days with 4-Event
Morning
Morning
Daytime
Daytime
Evening
Evening
Night
Start
Temp. Floor (°C)
(time)
*Regulator (%)
Start
Temp. Floor (°C)
(time)
*Regulator (%)
Temp. Floor (°C)
(time)
*Regulator (%)
Temp. Room (°C)
Days with 2-Event
Morning
Morning
Choose the names for your groups of thermostats with the same
time schedule (max. 5 names can be chosen).
Note. The names may vary depending on the model.
Night
Night
Rooms / Thermostats
Rooms / Thermostats
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Night
Start
Zone-list, names for time schedules
Living Areas
Mast.Bedroom
Bedroom 3
Ensuite 1
Dining Area
Shower Room
Study
Temp. Room (°C)
Name
Week Schedule
ID and description
Temp. Room (°C)
Morning
Name
Days with 2-Event
*Regulator (%)
Night
00 - Living room, downstairs
03 - Dining room, downstairs
05 - Living room, upstairs
07 - Dining room, upstairs
Days with 4-Event
Temp. Floor (°C)
Evening
ID and description
Adr.
Adr.
Adr.
Adr.
Start
(time)
Daytime
Temp. Room (°C)
25
20
Days with 4-Event
Morning
Rooms / Thermostats
Mode
How to plan your system
Week Schedule
*In regulator mode you only have one setting pr. event (in %)
Start
Temp or regulator
5:2, 6:1 or 7:0
Mode
Time and temperature
Night
Factory reset
Name
Temp or regulator
5:2, 6:1 or 7:0
Mode
Days with 4-Event
elay ON, power to heating source
R
Error code.
1 flash
E1: Internal sensor defective or
short-circuited.
2 flashes
E2: External sensor defective or
short-circuited
5 flashes
E5: Internal overheating. Inspect the installation.
6 flashes
E6: Communication error
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Temp. Room (°C)
ID and description
Bathroom
Kitchen
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 4
Mast. Ensuite
Ensuites
WC
Formal Dining
TV Room
Bath/ES/WC
Utility
BedroomsGym
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Name
Name
Temp or regulator
5:2, 6:1 or 7:0
Mode
Week Schedule
Week Schedule
Time and temperature
Time and temperature
*In regulator mode you only have one setting pr. event (in %)
Days with 4-Event
Start
Temp. Floor (°C)
(time)
*Regulator (%)
*In regulator mode you only have one setting pr. event (in %)
Temp. Room (°C)
Days with 4-Event
Morning
Morning
Daytime
Daytime
Evening
Evening
Night
Days with 2-Event
Temp or regulator
5:2, 6:1 or 7:0
Mode
Start
Temp. Floor (°C)
(time)
*Regulator (%)
Start
Temp. Floor (°C)
(time)
*Regulator (%)
Night
Start
Temp. Floor (°C)
(time)
*Regulator (%)
Temp. Room (°C)
Days with 2-Event
Morning
Morning
Night
Night
Rooms / Thermostats
Rooms / Thermostats
ID and description
ID and description
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